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A Complete RGB system in a box for under $1000 USD

Discussion in 'Show Off Arena' started by lumbarkod, Jul 11, 2015.

  1. lumbarkod

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    lizardking IT IS STILL ALL BENS FAULT

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    ok this is my first year with pixels and with all the components i have had to buy to make the show my own i have ordered pre cut lengths of strips and strings from the suppliers as no 2 houses are the same so your and will be running a pi also yes your package is a nice idea the only problem i see is that offering a out of the box kit is nice but never easy thats why the thousands of people who do christmas lights make between 60 and 90% of their own displays i would suggest that you offer different element kits as in stars to mega trees as most houses are different in size and shape
     
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    AAH I love blinky lights :) Community Project Designer

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    Unless I followed links wrong from youtube you don't appear to have anything remotely close to under $1000 on http://www.musiclightsaz.com/products-sequences.html. I skipped through your video as I wasn't going to watch the full 22 minutes so I may have gone wrong somewhere.
     
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    smartalec Im a SmartAlec what can i say! Community Project Designer

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    so you sign up, an your first post your trying to sell a product..
    for starters its under the wrong topic,
    secondly your http://lightrageous.com that you advertise with does'nt work
    an thirdly it sounds like your just here to spam a product..

    here at ACL we listen to every newcomer an help them design there own light show..
    using something out of the box does'nt allways work.. esp with some house's
     
  5. lizardking

    lizardking IT IS STILL ALL BENS FAULT

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    thats what i was trying to say lol
     
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    bluzervic 65,768 Channels, 185 Universes

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    I totally agree, Also there is just too many unknown variables even with just doing props.
    Which is why most people just do it themselves or stick with the traditional displays.


    Also, most people do not want to spend the money for an elaborate display.


    -Blu
     
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    multicast Senior Elf Generous Elf

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    at 9:58 he mentons the "soon to be patented".. EZ system.. Sorry to spoil it, but now you've disclosed it, you can't patent it. or if you do, it will be challengable.
     
  8. fasteddy

    fasteddy I have C.L.A.P Global Moderator Generous Elf

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    If people do then they want the service, quality and experience to back it up or they may as well just go the DIY path

    Another consideration for us down under is that by the time something like this gets to Australia then it will be considerably higher than $1000 with GST, import duty, freight and exchange rate charges

    In regards to getting a patent, I wonder how that will work when it appears that you may breach other patents

    Anyway good luck with it
     

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